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obama plans to attend a private memorial service for the victims of the deadly rampage. cps news, fort hood texas. >> thank you, manuel, the coverage continues. >> what was going on in the mind of major nadal, knows hasan and can't believe he's capable or culpable of such violence. >> i said, no, he cannot be like that. he is not one of those kind of people that get angry. >> reporter: hasan attended this mosque 7 days a week. he's 39 years old and was born in virginia. a graduate of virginia tech. he received his graduate degree from -- he was scheduled to report to afghanistan to help soldiers deal with stress. now many are wondering if the physician himself needed healing. >> why a person like him could do something like that. >> reporter: this is video of hasan attending a conference on homeland security. acknowledges the stress of the soldier citizen, some of whom suffer from post traumatic stress disorder. >> the day-to-day things, the family life, then you juggle the other responsibilities. >> alarming as the conflict continues, how to better deal with these things. >> now nadal
victory for president obama as the health reform bill was passed last night. >> reporter: house democratics approved the health bill by a thin margin. >> the bill is passed. >>reporter: after hours of tense debate, 219 democrats and one exunexpected republican voted for the measure. >> it's about people, it's about making sure that every american in the phrase we use so often, has access to quality, aforrability health care. >> in a statement, the president said the bill would make real the possibility of affordable health care for the american people. he made a rare trip to capitol hill to shore up support. it would require the worker to have insurance and has a government-run option. >> this is too expensive to afford. >> it spends over a trillion dollars that we don't have. >> reporter: leading up to the vote, gop lawmakers and hundreds rally outside of the capital to voice the option. many said the $1.2 trillion bill is too expensive. >> i'm scare. i don't want this. that's why i'm here. >> the bill goes to the senate where another fierce battle is expected. >> the
. but there was disturbing information about the suspect that was never passed on to other agencies. president obama is urging congress to hold off on hearings until law enforcement and the military finish their investigation. >> if there was a failure to take appropriate actions before the shootings, there must be accountability. >> the investigation is far from the minds and hearts of the loved ones. they said goodbye to staff sergeants amy kruger, 19-year-old private first class aaron demel ca and, 22-year-old jason hunt, a newleywed. all soldiers willing to give your lives to their country, never anticipating the enemy could be one of their own. >>> 55-year-old juanita war man was also included in the shooting. she was a mother of five children and had eight grandchildren. >>> chris coffman was working a contractor and a member of the army reserves. he was investigating a roadside explosion when his vehicle was struck by another bomb. his body is being returned to dover air force base, in delaware. >>> city police continue their investigation into a double shooting in southwest baltimore after a
into a white house state dinner without an invitation actually met president obama. shaking hands with him in the receiving line. the two managed to get through security. even though they weren't on the guest list. besides meeting the president, they took photos with celebrities and dignitaries and posted their pick hours -- pictures on facebook. authorities say they are considering criminal charges against the couple. in a statement the secret service says it is embarrassed anded a militants protocals were not followed verifying two individuals were on the guest lists. they were considered for a reality show spent hours at the salon miles from her. the stylist said she talked about the invitation. >> i asked if i could see it. she was like sure. shelooked in her bag. it wasn't in her bag >> reporter: she went on to tell the stylist that she must have left the invitation in the car. the daring party crashers are a big topic of conversation around washington. >> it surprises me people can walk into the white house without an invitation. >> i don't think the security of the president or anyb
ninesed about better times -- reminisced about better times. >>> in washington, d.c. the obama administration brings a new and different plan for bringing accused terrorist to civilian justice. white house announced key guantanamo detainees will be tried in new york city in federal court blocks from the site of the 9/11 attacks. here a bob orr reporting for a glimpse what it could mean. >> reporter: eight years after the most devastating terror attack on american soil, the accused architects of 9/11 will be transferred from military custody at guantanamo bay where they have been held for years to a federal lockup in new york and tried in a civilian courthouse just blocks from ground zero. >> i fully expect to direct prosecutors to seek the death penalty against each of the alleged 9/11 conspirator. >> reporter: khalid shaikh muhammad is the headline defendant. but the others are also major al-qaeda players. known as kala is accused of running terror camps and ramsey the government says trained the 9/11 hijackers and money man and another allegedly helped pay frt attacks. >> our
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